You’ve probably walked past them hundreds of times on your way into or out of the city. And yes, we say hundreds because they have been standing there, every Friday, fighting for their plight for the past 18 months.
Politics has turned nasty. Not on the streets, it has been that way for a while, but towards the media. Where it used to be brutal behind the scenes, now it is all out in the open.
Divided over Brexit, united about saving the planet… poll reveals North West’s passion for climate change
Environment comes above both education and employment, according to recent North West figures in a poll conducted by the WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature).
City of Trees are dreaming of a green Christmas over the festive period and beyond after a mass planting event saw over 1,000 sown in one day & 5,000 saplings for Salford this winter.
The motion, to be considered at the meeting of the full council on Wednesday, has asked members to embed the issue of climate change into all future key decisions
‘Youth strike isn’t just for young people, it’s for everyone’: Future of climate action makes a mark in Manchester
With a climate emergency officially declared in the UK, protesters taking over London streets, and pupils on strike across the globe, environmental activism has clearly reached a new height in 2019.
‘Our lives depend on turning this around’: Families to take climate action with a ‘Carnival of Creatures’
Children and parents will take to the streets of Manchester on June 1 to demand action about wildlife extinction as part of the ‘Carnival of Creatures’.
On this day: December 9, 1952 – Thousands left dead after Great Smog of London wreaks four days of havoc
The Great Smog of London is reportedly the worst air-pollution event in the history of the United Kingdom.
‘Matter of will and focus’: Manchester leaders unite in pledge to combat climate change after Paris summit
As the COP21 Climate Change Summit comes to an end in Paris and the global agreement due to be agreed today, we are left wondering how this will filter down to Greater Manchester.
Salford City mayor Ian Stewart has given his backing to both Greater Manchester Community Renewables Ltd (GMCR) and Moss Community Energy.
The Greater Manchester Pension Fund has lost an estimated £148 million over the last 18 months on its investments in coal mining.